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Chinatown Phone Booths, London

London's phone booths might be an iconic design for the rest of the city, but Chinatown does it differently by incorporating some entertaining Chinese twists such as pagoda-style sloping roofs..

London's phone booths might be an iconic design for the rest of the city, but Chinatown does it differently by incorporating some entertaining Chinese twists such as pagoda-style sloping roofs.


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About Chinatown Phone Booths

 50-54 Blandford Street, Marylebone, London, United Kingdom

 +44 20 7935 08

 www.purl-london.com

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